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Evgeny Alasheyevsky

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Evgeny Alasheyevsky in "Обозрение Tеатров" (Review of Theatres, 31 july 1907, p. 9)

Evgeny Aleksandrovich Alasheyevsky, born Kryzhin (Евгеній Александровичъ Алашеевский, born Крыжин) was a Russian stage actor who played Sherlock Holmes in 3 different plays in 1907 in Saint-Petersburg, Russia.

In 1907, his career was 18 years-long. He played in almost all major cities of Russia. He was an entrepreneur himself and director of some entreprises. He participated in trips with Ivanov-Kozelski, E. N. Gorevoy, Samoilov-Michurin and played best roles like Grozny, Neschastlivtsev, Arbenin, etc. In 1907, in the opinion of all the newspapers, he had a huge success playing Sherlock Holmes in "Eden" Theatre. [1]


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  1. "Обозрение Tеатров" (Review of Theatres, 31 july 1907, p. 9)

  • Acknowledgement: Alexander Orlov.

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